Steve Stricker Barely Misses 68-Foot Putt at Shell Houston Open

Tyler Brooke@TylerDBrookeSenior Analyst IIApril 5, 2014

During the third round of the Shell Houston Open on Saturday, Steve Stricker had a chance for birdie on the 16th hole. The only problem was that he had to make a 68-foot putt.

Stricker looked like he had nailed the long-distance birdie putt, but it came up just short. Actually, just short might be an understatement, as the ball was essentially on the lip up the hole.

[Youtube, h/t The Big Lead]

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